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  1. Help with IE

    Hello everyone, So I just bought a new laptop with windows 8 on in and everything seems to be working fine at the moment but I ran into this problem while searching the Internet and creating an account on steam. Some images won't show until I manually tell it to show image and other things like the green check marks/red X's that indicate weather or not a username is available, password confirmation is correct and so on are not showing either. Same goes for the password strength bar; it is unchanging. I would normally find a fix myself but I am too tired and too frustrated at the moment so any and all help with fixing this issue is greatly appreciated. Edit: forgot to mention that I am using IE 10 if anyone didn't already know. Thanks, skull
  2. New to programming -- learning C#

    Hello everyone, Im new to programming and game development all together but i have a hunger to start creating a game. Now first off I'd just like to say that yes i do understand it takes a great deal of hard work, dedication, learning, hours and frustration to create even a so-so game. With that said im not saying "I WANT TO MAKE MY OWN MMO!" No, i understand thats an impossibility. What I am saying is that I would like to eventually create an isometric rts (and yes i also understand that even that is a feat on its own). Secondly I just want you all to understand that I AM THE BIGGEST NOOB EVER! when it comes to anything programming and game dev. So lets asume i know absolutely nothing at all, but i am not completely incompetent, i can learn and i am very passionate about getting into the game dev comunity. So with all that out of the way I just have a few questions if you all would be so kind to answer them. I have read that learning C# is probably the best place to start as a beginner in game dev so i have chosen to do so. Is this a good or bad decision? Now I see that there is a visual C#, C#, C#.Net and so on. My question is which one should i learn? Are they even different or essentially the same thing? Can someon break this down for me, in lamens terms please. Also i see there are different versions of C# like 4, 4.5 and 5. Do i need to concern myself with this at the moment or no? What sorts of programs do i need to start game dev? And last, how is a game structured? I know you need an engine, and somewhere code comes into play to handle more complex actions in the game.... and thats as far as my understanding goes at the moment I understand this is a broad question and may not pertain to the this topic but if someone could point me in the right direction i would appreciate it Thank you for taking the time to read and respond, skull